Wednesday, April 28, 2010

my inner polymer



Originally I titled it this: "Hardened folds of wax," but as you can see from the comments inside, this was not a good idea because:

a) it was too literal, and
b) it was too wrong.

So I added the "polymer" to make it more accurate, and I added the "inner" to make me seem just extremely poetic, artistic, and deep, dude.

Mission accomplished.

6 comments:

shinigami-sidhe said...

You are currently disappointing your readers with your relentlessly literal titles with redundant captions. On the other hand, this photo looks to me like a close up of the underside of a dead crab so it's probably good you specified.

Which is not to say that I don't like it, mind you, I am rather fond of crabs as long as they are dead.

Technoprairie said...

If that was taken at the "House Full O'Pictures" like I think it was, I think it is actually some kind of polymer.

shinigami-sidhe said...

If you explain the way that your title is supposed to sound deep, it ruins the effect. In order to sound deep, you must be confusing.

Andy D. said...

Inner polymer
is just another word for
hardened wax, and/or

some kinna chopped intestines or somethin naaaaaaaaaaas-ty.

Technoprairie said...

Now that you mention it Andy, it does look the innards of the Tauntaun that Han Solo slices up and sticks Luke into so he won't freeze to death on Hoth. Maybe Mike should call it "the innards of life" instead. After all, it did save Luke.

Andy D. said...

An excellent point! I knew there was a Star Wars reference in there, waiting to be found!!